CEO Confidence Survey

CEO Confidence Survey

A survey of 100 CEOs in the United States on their perceptions of the state of their business and the economy in general. Topics covered in the survey include long-term and short-term outlooks, prospects for hiring or laying off workers, and concerns unique to particular industries. The CEO Confidence Survey attempts to quantify these feelings on a scale of 0 to 100, with a higher score indicating bullish feelings. The survey is taken monthly and published by The Conference Board.
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The fragility of the economy's recovery and the Federal Reserve's reluctance to raise rates has knocked credit union CEOs' confidence in their institutions' future down a couple notches, according to Catalyst Corporate Federal Credit Union's first quarter 2015 Credit Union CEO Confidence Survey.
Credit union CEO confidence continues to rebound based on the results released today from Catalyst Corporate Federal Credit Union's Fourth Quarter 2014 Credit Union CEO Confidence Survey.
By comparison, just 47% of respondents expected improvement in The Conference Board's first quarter 2005 nationwide CEO Confidence Survey.
The latest results from Southwest Corporate Federal Credit Union's CEO confidence survey showed that CEOs have a significantly more positive outlook than they did last quarter.
The latest results from the Southwest Corporate Federal Credit Union CEO Confidence Survey showed that CEO confidence is at its lowest level in five years.